Condolences for Alfred W. “Curley” Hurrelbrink, II

Paula McClure posted on 1/26/17

So very sorry for the loss of such a great man , My prayers are with the family and Alfred .

 

Bill Dodson posted on 1/26/17

Nan, Diane, I was so sorry to hear of Curley's passing. My heartfelt condolences. I have many fond memories of Curley and you guys from the neighborhood and vacations. Not sure I ever told you, but my parents used to frequent Curley's lounge in their younger years. May Curley's memories comfort you all as time passes. God Bless You! Bill Dodson

 

Marion Richter posted on 1/25/17

Diane, Thinking of you and wishing peace and happy memories to you and your family .Marion

 

 

Kris Claypool posted on 1/24/17

I'llalways remember Curley Hurrelbrink as a warm man, filled with humor.

 

Diane DiGirolamo posted on 1/23/17

Found him to be a caring and generous family man. So sorry for the family's loss. He will be missed.

 

Bob Micheletti posted on 1/23/17

Dear Nan, Diane , David and Family, Please accept my deepest sympathy ., he was the greatest. My relationship with Al was truly a wonderful experience, he treated me as if I was one one of the family. He was a man with a generous heart, wonderful charm and a true patriot. He was an easy man to look up to and admire. I will truly miss my visits with him when I come back to Springfield. My family loved him and Nan just as if they were part of our family.

 

 

Keith & Jo Allen posted on 1/23/17

Our deepest condolences to you Diane & Dave and to your Family. May you draw comfort from God's Love and from the Love and Support of Family and Friends to give you strength and peace during your time of sorrow. Sincerely Your Computerman Call Keith

 

John Danna posted on 1/22/17

Great man with great stories. Never had a bad thing to say about anyone. He embodied the will and spirt of "the greatest generation". Will be missed. God Bless.